[macvoiceover] Finding your place on a webpage,

  • From: Keith Reedy <wa9dro@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 09:04:24 -0500

Hi folks,

How you have your mouse set to track does make a difference.  To ignore, 
follow, or, move the VO curser .  Play around with it and see what works for 
you, maybe a different setting for what you want to do.

You can use the item chooser and find the first word of what you want to read.

Try routing your mouse, VO keys-command-f5.

It seems that some sites are coded strangely, so, it depends on the site.

As for me, I set a sweet spot, or, hot spot and I can get back to what I want 
pretty quickly.  With a sweet spot it is there when I go back to it.

Keith Reedy

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